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Conference Presentation

Finally! An Open, Modern, Metrics Standard: 2017

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Measurements are a way of communicating what is important to the organization. Your measurement framework should facilitate an environment of learning and dialogue -- not of control and compliance. Unfortunately, leaders of customer support organizations do not have a standard framework for reporting on what they measure. If anything, we measure too much, and much of what we measure isn't actionable. So, what should we measure and why? More significantly, what should we do with what we learn from the measures we have? To address this problem, a group of volunteers lead by Klever created an open standard for customer support called the Open Customer Metrics Framework (OCMF). Come to this interactive panel and learn more about the standard, as well as how to address the two biggest challenges for leaders as they move to this new standard.

Presented By:

Judith Platz

VP Research, Support Services, TSIA

Phil Verghis

CEO, Klever

Jeff Lyles

Sr. Manager, Services Delivery, Hitachi Data Systems

Publish Date: May 3, 2017

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